Want a compact secondary display with a high refresh rate to take in your bag? God-ROG Strix XG17AHPE is the answer you were looking for
agree Mobile Those who only need a Type-C connection to operate are becoming increasingly popular in the market, judging by the supply currently available on the network, but most are content with a basic refresh rate of only 60 Hz without special technological surprises - and this is where the renowned ROG brand of Asus To grant the unexpected.
The Strix XG17AHPE is an unusual external screen based on a 17.3-inch IPS panel with FullHD resolution, a maximum 3 ms response time and a maximum refresh rate of no less than 240 Hz with support for VESA's Adaptive Sync technology (which should be compatible with use) With home video cards NVIDIA And from home AMD Alike), 100 percent coverage of the sRGB color gamut, a 1,000: 1 contrast ratio, and an average brightness of 300 nit.
The screen can be operated with a single USB Type-C connector that will be used to transfer both power and video signal from the source product, or a combination of USB Type-C and MicroHDMI 2.0 connection in situations where DisplayPort Alt-Mode technology is not supported - and inside is a 7,800mAh battery designed Provide up to three and a half hours of operation (at the maximum possible refresh rate) even without connection to an energy source, or without unnecessary energy consumption in a side-by-side operating outline מחשב נייד (Or even a smartphone) that also needs its own battery capacity.
Not interesting enough? The screen also includes a stand-up cover that allows it to be placed in both a horizontal and vertical configuration - and also includes a built-in pair of speakers with a total power of 2 watts, based on chip DSS dedicated DAC internal DAC of ESS. An entire portable multimedia station within one product, with a thickness of just under 9118 millimeters and a weight of only 10 kilograms.
The price of the compact external screen is intended to be € 400 including taxes in Europe, ie NIS 1,540 in direct conversion. Justified or disturbed and unnecessary? Let's help us decide in the comments.